4 edition of Constitution and by-laws of the Sir Wm. Wallace Benefit Society found in the catalog.
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Besides the day-book of household affairs, wherein are registered at least expenses, payments, gifts, bargains, and sales that require not a notary's hand to them—of which book a receiver had the keeping—he appointed another journal-book to one of his servants, who was his clerk, wherein he should orderly set down all occurences worthy of. Observations on the constitution, customs, and usuage [sic] of the honourable society of the Middle Temple: originally written in the year for the use of Charles Worsley, Esqr., then treasurer, and since revised, amended, and large additions . free copy of our book of Spring siym coniaininu actual wa plea of the latest fabrics. THE RUBY TAI10RS Dept.!g fhirwgn1 of the Standard Life Insuiance Com' pany, was In Nashville. He was here with Dr. J. B. Wallace, the Nashville representative, and to gether they went over the work of the Standard Life here. Plans were laid, so It was learned. The Executive Committee shall direct the money appropriations of the Society, and have the control of its property; it shall make the necessary preparations for the annual fair, and issue all proper public notices and circulars in relation thereto, or to the general object of the Society; it shall prepare the necessary By-Laws of the Society.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Sir William Wallace Benefit Society. Constitution and by-laws of the Sir Wm. Wallace Benefit Society. [Victoria, B.C.?]: [publisher not identified], Get this from a library. Constitution and by-laws of the Sir Wm. Wallace Benefit Society. [Sir William Wallace Benefit Society.].
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